Ken Druck Book Signing Web Header

Class #2303 | “How We Go On” Book Signing Event with Dr. Ken Druck

Monday, October 23 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM | Rancho Bernardo Location

Every moment, hour, day, week, month, and season of our lives will serve up a loss, change, challenge, or opportunity where we find ourselves asking:

“What now?”

Whether you’re trying to go on after the loss of a loved one, a divorce, a health crisis, a problem with one of your kids, or an issue of aging, like retirement, having a trusted confidant and companion for these “What now?” moments can make all the difference. Dr. Ken Druck’s Oasis workshop and his new book, How We Go On: Self-Compassion, Courage and Gratitude on the Path Forward are such a companion.

Whether you’re facing life-changing turns in the road, or looking to harvest a once-in-a lifetime opportunity, this program is designed to help you process your fears, consider your options, weigh the consequences of your choices, and summon the strength, courage, and clarity to find your way on the path forward.

The How We Go On program and book are a traveler’s guide for realizing your best possible future by replacing harsh self-criticism, impatience, resentment, and judgement with self-compassion, honesty, bravery, and gratitude.

Join us at San Diego Oasis at Rancho Bernardo for this special gathering with Dr. Druck as he shares his insights on these important themes that we will all face at some point in our lives. The event will take place in our beautiful new Torrey Pine room at our Rancho Bernardo location. Although the event is free, we ask that you RSVP so we can plan accordingly.


Ken Druck Headshot

About Ken Druck, PhD

Dr. Ken Druck’s pioneering work on how to go on in times of adversity, after a loss, overcoming a family crisis, mastering the issues of aging as we get older and becoming good citizens of our historical experiment in democracy have contributed to quality of life for millions of people. His bestselling books, appearances on national television, coaching of leaders in business and government and visionary leadership have established him as a great thought leader of our time. Ken’s personal journey after the tragic death of his daughter, Jenna, and his ground-breaking work with bereaved families have led him to discover how we go on from life’s worst losses. Turning what he has learned into a master class for dealing with life’s most daunting changes, challenges, losses, and opportunities, Ken Druck uncovered the secrets of true resilience and how we go on.

Learn more on his website:

Ken Druck with his dog Jack


“I started with the intention of scrolling through the Invitation and the last few chapters, but it was impossible. Every line captivated me and made me want to go immediately to the next one…I wish every adult could read this book and savor its many important and powerful messages.”
— Sid Zisook, M.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Residency Program at the University of California, San Diego, Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School

“I highly recommend this fine new book by Ken Druck. Read it and put his hard-won wisdom to work for you.”
— Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., Author of Five Wishes and co-author of The First Rule of Ten

“Ken Druck has a knack for dealing with tough issues with grace and wisdom.”
– Necla Tschirgi, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor of Peacebuilding at the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of San Diego; former Senior Policy Advisor to the Peacebuilding Support Office at the United Nations

“If for any reason you’re asking, ‘What Now?’ read this book!”
– Simona Valancuite, President and CEO of San Diego Oasis

“An amazing book whose time has come! It’s real, it’s accurate, and it offers insights eachone of us can use. Read it, live it, and share it with everyone you know.”
— John Assaraf, New York Times best-selling author of The Answer and Having It All and CEO of Neurogym